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Wall Street Dead Ahead 2016 Networking Event

September 19, 2016

HTFL is a proud sponsor of the Wall Street Dead Ahead 2016 Networking Event.

This event cultivates lasting business relationships and friendships in a relaxed atmosphere. 
Attendees enjoy live music while networking with professionals that share both music and financial experience as conversation-starting commonalities.


Crowdfunding Conference 2016

September 19, 2016

HTFL is a proud sponsor of Crowdfunding Conference. 

Since 2002, Crowdfunding Conference has hosted over 100 events covering a range of financial topics. Our events are always the signature programs in their respective markets.

It was quickly recognized as the marquee event in the market, bringing together the most influential people in the investment crowdfunding space as well as investors, venture capital firms, investment bankers, lawyers, and political figures influencing legislation in this area.


HTFL Annoucement

July 11, 2016

HTFL is pleased to announce that

Ying Li has joined as a Member and a Partner of the New York Office,

Joan Wu has joined as a Partner of the New York Office,

and that Catherine Yin has joined as an Associate of the New York Office.

Louis Taubman, the managing partner of HTFL’s New York office, said that the new additions will
enhance the Firm’s corporate and securities practice and significantly expand its international
capabilities in alignment with the needs of its clients. 

China Series

Regulation A+

May 26, 2015

On March 25, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”) formally adopted final rules, which update and expand Regulation A, an exemption from the registration requirements mandated by the Securities Act of 1933 (the “Securities Act”). These newly adopted rules, which have been dubbed “Reg. A+, provide an exemption for small offerings of up to $50 million worth of securities in any one year period.

Corporate Governance & Disclosure

XBRL Requirements for Public Companies

August 11, 2014

On May 30, 2008, the SEC adopted a rule which requires reporting companies to provide financial statement information to the Commission and on their corporate Web sites in interactive data format using XBRL. The rules became effective April 13, 2009. The XBRL format allows the financial statement information to be downloaded directly into spreadsheets, analyzed in a variety of ways using commercial off-the-shelf software, and used within investment models in other software formats.

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